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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
* '''Jans Aasman''' "''Why Knowledge Graphs Hit the Hype Cycle and What they have in common''"
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'''Jans Aasman''' "''Why Knowledge Graphs Hit the Hype Cycle and What they have in common''"
** Abstract:  For those who argue that Knowledge Graphs (KG) are a marketing gimmick please visit the YouTube channel  Knowledge Graph Conference 2019, Columbia. You will find an impressive list of Fortune 500 companies implementing Knowledge Graphs. So what happened that suddenly everyone is implementing a KG, and very much related: what do these KGs have in common apart from the fact that they are mostly implemented on top of (Semantic) Graph Databases? In my presentation I’ll talk about 6 Knowledge Graphs that our company is working on. To name a few: we work on a beauty graph,  a graph about Noam Chomsky, a Knowledge Graph for Call Centers, a Medical Knowledge Graph and a few more. I’ll talk about the factors that they have in common. As part of these KG projects will discuss  identity management, ontologies and vocabularies, meta data graphs, linked open en enterprise data and principles of learning.  
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** Presenter:  Dr. Jans Aasman started his career as an experimental and cognitive psychologist, earning his PhD in cognitive science with a detailed model of car driver behavior using pioneering AI techniques. He has spent most of his professional life in telecommunications research, specializing in intelligent user interfaces and applied artificial intelligence projects. Dr. Aasman has also served as a part-time professor in the Industrial Design department of the Technical University of Delft. Jans is currently the CEO of Franz Inc., the leading supplier of Graph database products that provide the storage layer for powerful reasoning and ontology modeling capabilities for Knowledge Graph applications.
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''Abstract'':  For those who argue that Knowledge Graphs (KG) are a marketing gimmick please visit the YouTube channel  Knowledge Graph Conference 2019, Columbia. You will find an impressive list of Fortune 500 companies implementing Knowledge Graphs. So what happened that suddenly everyone is implementing a KG, and very much related: what do these KGs have in common apart from the fact that they are mostly implemented on top of (Semantic) Graph Databases? In my presentation I’ll talk about 6 Knowledge Graphs that our company is working on. To name a few: we work on a beauty graph,  a graph about Noam Chomsky, a Knowledge Graph for Call Centers, a Medical Knowledge Graph and a few more. I’ll talk about the factors that they have in common. As part of these KG projects will discuss  identity management, ontologies and vocabularies, meta data graphs, linked open en enterprise data and principles of learning.  
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''Presenter'':  Dr. Jans Aasman started his career as an experimental and cognitive psychologist, earning his PhD in cognitive science with a detailed model of car driver behavior using pioneering AI techniques. He has spent most of his professional life in telecommunications research, specializing in intelligent user interfaces and applied artificial intelligence projects. Dr. Aasman has also served as a part-time professor in the Industrial Design department of the Technical University of Delft. Jans is currently the CEO of Franz Inc., the leading supplier of Graph database products that provide the storage layer for powerful reasoning and ontology modeling capabilities for Knowledge Graph applications.
 
Dr. Aasman has gained notoriety as a conference speaker at such events as Smart Data, NoSQL Now, Global Graph Day, Semantic Technologies Conference, International Semantic Web Conference, Java One, Linked Data Planet, INSA, GeoWeb, AAAI, IEEE, Enterprise Data World, STIDS,  ODSC, Text Analytics, and DEBS to name a few.
 
Dr. Aasman has gained notoriety as a conference speaker at such events as Smart Data, NoSQL Now, Global Graph Day, Semantic Technologies Conference, International Semantic Web Conference, Java One, Linked Data Planet, INSA, GeoWeb, AAAI, IEEE, Enterprise Data World, STIDS,  ODSC, Text Analytics, and DEBS to name a few.
  

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Session Introductory
Duration 1 hour60 minute
3,600 second
0.0417 day
Date/Time September 4 2019 16:00 GMT
9:00am PDT/12:00pm EDT
5:00pm BST/6:00pm CEST
Convener Ken Baclawski

Contents

Agenda     (2A)

Jans Aasman "Why Knowledge Graphs Hit the Hype Cycle and What they have in common"     (2A1)

Abstract: For those who argue that Knowledge Graphs (KG) are a marketing gimmick please visit the YouTube channel Knowledge Graph Conference 2019, Columbia. You will find an impressive list of Fortune 500 companies implementing Knowledge Graphs. So what happened that suddenly everyone is implementing a KG, and very much related: what do these KGs have in common apart from the fact that they are mostly implemented on top of (Semantic) Graph Databases? In my presentation I’ll talk about 6 Knowledge Graphs that our company is working on. To name a few: we work on a beauty graph, a graph about Noam Chomsky, a Knowledge Graph for Call Centers, a Medical Knowledge Graph and a few more. I’ll talk about the factors that they have in common. As part of these KG projects will discuss identity management, ontologies and vocabularies, meta data graphs, linked open en enterprise data and principles of learning.     (2A2)

Presenter: Dr. Jans Aasman started his career as an experimental and cognitive psychologist, earning his PhD in cognitive science with a detailed model of car driver behavior using pioneering AI techniques. He has spent most of his professional life in telecommunications research, specializing in intelligent user interfaces and applied artificial intelligence projects. Dr. Aasman has also served as a part-time professor in the Industrial Design department of the Technical University of Delft. Jans is currently the CEO of Franz Inc., the leading supplier of Graph database products that provide the storage layer for powerful reasoning and ontology modeling capabilities for Knowledge Graph applications. Dr. Aasman has gained notoriety as a conference speaker at such events as Smart Data, NoSQL Now, Global Graph Day, Semantic Technologies Conference, International Semantic Web Conference, Java One, Linked Data Planet, INSA, GeoWeb, AAAI, IEEE, Enterprise Data World, STIDS, ODSC, Text Analytics, and DEBS to name a few.     (2A3)

Conference Call Information     (2B)

Participants     (2C)

Proceedings     (2D)

Resources     (2E)

Previous Meetings     (2F)


Next Meetings     (2G)